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. jim and john harbaugh and are their parents choosing sides? brian todd has the report. >> reporter: they tried to downplay the family angle, but it's virtually impossible. >> i don't think you ever put your family aside, joe, you know. but, well, yeah the priority. we have a job to do. all of us have a job to do. jim has a job to do. all of his coaches and our coaches and players and everyone is focused on doing their job. >> reporter: he is talking about the fact that he and jim are the first ever to be head coaches against each other in a super bowl. inundated with the story, sick of it already, the family still managed to have some fun when john snuck on to a conference call his parents were having with reporters in recent days posing just as a caller from baltimore. >> is it true that both of you like jim better than john? >> is that john harbaugh? >> hey, john -- >> that was mean, john. i was ready to answer that question. >> mom was ready to come through the phone. i'm so happy joany recognized your voice. >> the sister recognizing the voice just in time. the parents vow to r
jim crow. the statistics she writes about where black people are right now when the 21st century we are underemployed, unemployed, more afflicted with aids than other diseases of obesity and diabetes. more of us are incarcerated and get tough sentences for the same crimes. the suns in the black community for me is deafening coming from our generation. we would protest everything. as you said after we got the voting rights and civil rights, we wanted more and 65. why do you think -- >> guest: you can see the difference behind the kind of support king got when he was fighting for civil rights reforms after 1965 the level of support for king if you look at the polls, overwhelming support in the black community, widespread support even among the whites for what he was trying to do. if you look at after 65 when he moved to chicago and when he takes a stand on viet nam and higgins to support garbage workers and poor people in the poor people's campaign which is the first occupied movement he wanted to occupy the national mall even though the occupied campaign in recent years no one put fo
of brotherhood we have a black man in the white house but michele alexander is the author of the new jim crow she talks about statistics in the 21st century under employed and unemployed clear more afflicted with aids and obesity with tougher sentences for the same crimes but we have a black president and i think the silence in the black community is deafening we would protest everything after we got voting rights and we wanted more. leidy think they are silent? >> you can see the difference of the support that king got when he was fighting for civil rights reform through 65 the level of support with the widespread support for what he was trying to do. after 1965 moving to chicago with garbage workers and for people he wanted to occupy the national mall. even during the occupy campaign in recent years no one point* something so for word with his support it went down dramatically. >> host: why? they thought it would make white people angry? >> guest: there was support for the early king for the black people doing well so for them once you remove the jim crow barriers come to the agenda is gone. at
'm ama dates. >> and i'm larry beil. jim harbaugh will face-off in two weeks against his brother john who is the coach of the baltimore ravens. it is being dubbed by some, the har-bough or the bro-bowl. earlier today it looked like the 40 inintoers would be spectators -- the 49ers would be spectators at the super bowl. 24-14 falcons at the half. the 49ers would overcome a 17-point deficit and take the lead in the fourth quarter with frank gore scoring this touchdown to make it 28-24 and that lead held up as the niners held here on fourth down in the fourth quarter. bowman with the key deflection in the final moments. the inintoers win it 28-2 -- the niners win it 28-2 tour and will fogs the baltimore ravens. >> this will be the 40 newspaperrers first super super bowl appearance was lead in the 1994 season. >> i was there and remember it well. check out the scene in atlanta. the niners celebrating. abc7 news sports reporter mike shumann is in atlanta with reaction from the 9er. >> the 49ers are on their way to their 6th superbowl franchise history and they become the first team in nfl hist
house. michelle alexander who endorsed her but amid the author of the wonderful book, the new jim crow, the statistics she writes about the work that people have right now in the 21st century were underemployed, unemployed, barfoot did with aids and other diseases of obesity and diabetes. tucker said this for the same kinds, yet we have a president. and i'm thinking the black community for me is deafening for my generation. with protest everything. and we wanted more after we got the voting rights and civil rights, we wanted more than 65. why do you black community -- >> you can see the difference between the support team got when he was fighting first of the race before. so if you're in 1865, the level of support if you look at the polls, overwhelming support, widespread support even among whites for that he was trained to do. if you look at after 65, when he missed to chicagoan takes takes a stand on vietnam, when he begins to support garbage workers and poor people, the poor people's campaign which was the first occupied this man. he wanted to bring people to occupy the national mal
the range we are seeing at this anything ration. >> carters would like that. >> hold on. jim acosta is joining us. tell our viewers where you are. >> reporter: we are at the east front of the cap tomorrow. the president's limo has turned in to the carriage side. it is sort of difficult to figure this out because, as you might imagine the president's motorcade has a mum of limb zeens and number of armored vehicles around it. so -- part of that for security reasons, of course. we were told by our senate producer ted barrett earlier this morning, the vice president is being accompanied by lamar alexand alexander, republican senator from tennessee. chuck schumer is with the president. they will be heading in shortly. just a few moments. called the carriage house entrance, of course, because actual horse and carriages used to come through the entrance. >> the chief justice of the united states, john roberts, was just introduced. he is there. the first lady of the united states. she has just arrived as well. she's now inside the capitol. dana bash, yeah, you are inside the capitol. where'
brothers, john and jim, in super bowl 47. it should be exciting. reporting from atlanta, mike shumann, abc sports. >> i will have more on the super bowl, the ravens game, the 49ers, all of that coming up later in sports. >>> there was one ugly scene involve rival fans, a stabbing in the georgia dome parking lot. they say a falcons fan punched a 49er fan and the 49er fan pulled out a knife and one of them was stabbed in the neck. it is unclear which one, but looks like he will be okay. >>> the celebration after the 9er victory was loud and fun, but subdued. the only sign of trouble we even heard of was on geary street. a group of overzealous fans smashed in the door of a kfc restaurant. there were no arrests. >> and we join sergio who is live in the mission district. >> hi, ama. for most of the evening 24th street here at mission was shutdown by san francisco police just in case the celebrations got out of hand. well those celebrati here here in the mission and throughout a few different parts throughout the city, they were loud, but they were pretty well controlled. >> 49er fans packed spo
occasion we're joined by senior black correspondent morgan freeman. >> thanks, jim. that's okay. sorry. >> jon: i got it. wait. the president was inrawing ated today >> jon: yes, that's right i guess i was so busy being angry about having to work on martin luther king day, i didn't realize i was also missing the second inauguration of the first black president which now makes me even more angry. thanks, jon. >> jon: sorry. it's okay, jon. look, as long as we're celebrating dr. king's birthday, i would like to make one request. can we as a nation please, please stop using martin luther king as a prop in our own petty political arguments >> jon: you mean about race? no, jon. about everything. listen to what the chairman of national gun appreciation day said last week >> i believe gun appreciation day honors the legacy of dr. king. i think he would agree with me if he were alive today. >> let me stop you right there. he is not alive today. now what was it that killed him? i don't know, jon. was it diabetes? >> jon: i don't think so sandwich choke maybe? mauled by lions on the porch of a m
to the administration of the united states? >> i think it does. there are a lot of reports that have been jimmed up in agriculture and commerce and interior. he can start using executive orders to do new things on new type of farming procedure or monument. he koun do that in tcouldn't dot time. takes a while to adjust living in the white house. the media makes a lot out of these curses. obama care may have been a first term success but he's got to make it the law of the land. >> most presidents had been hit by this curse. ronald reagan has the iran contra scandal. they all seem to get unsettled and unravelled by a big event often beyond their control. barack obama, we don't know what it may be. it may be nothing. he has the green shoot for a better economy. hi didn he didn't have that four years ago. is that going to be a significant help to him? >> think about second term dwight eisenhower. he created nasa. he signed a treaty with 12 countries to demilitaryize an antartica. ronald reagan, i think iran contra gets overblown. the president is feeling good about a second term. he doesn't have the lux
work the way. >> up. >> jim, what people say to me about the president, people on the street wondering around washington, a lot of goodwill for him. i think the general feeling is done an okay job but not great. not going down yet as a great president because people aren't sure what the overall vision is and if he does have one, not positive enough. perhaps a little too negative in the first four years and reasons understandable. how can he change that mind-set? >> look. i think he has been incredibly positive. laid out a clear and compelling vision. has got more done. put up the legislative record. wall street reform, 70 years. david talked about the fundamentally, you know, retruck which you aring our economy to make sure that, you know, our kids some day do better than us, the way it's been for a long time. the president is doing those things every day and bringing people together across parties and i think that's what you hear her him talk about today. >> stephanie, ronald reagan and bill clinton both had much more prosperous terms. hit by things, monica lewinski and iran-contra de
defeated -- excuse me. yeah, raiders defeated 49ers 16-6. jim and john are going to be up against in the bro-bowl. dabs one of the guy -- >> dana: one of those guys isn't liked, right? one of them has a bad reputation? >> kimberly: they're both good dudes. their parents are still alive, god bless them. the mom will go for the younger brother and the dad for the older brother. >> dana: that is an angle for a morning show. >> eric: i heard you invited bob to come watch a football game. >> kimberly: not us. >> eric: stay for the second one? >> dana: no, he didn't. he went home at a respectable time. i don't think he could take it anymore. >> bob: it was wonderful, but you were going to bed. >> dana: i did go to bed around 9:00. >> kimberly: you ate all the dip. >> bob: i didn't. >> kimberly: what was in it? >> dana: i made in a crock pot. hamburger meat, sour cream, velveeta cheese and salsa. you couldn't go wrong. >> bob: if you want to talk about the game, go ahead. >> eric: what game? >> bob: better than the game right now? bet? >> eric: i will take -- who do you like? >> bob: i l
john play brother jim in the super bowl? well, he did this in the fourth quarter. he is going to do the mock birthy bird to atlanta. fran wins. it will be jim versus john in the super bowl. the odds makers in las vegas have opened this game up. ready for this. san francisco as a four and a half point favorite. very little respect for the purple people up north up by 95. lit a go back out to you guys. >> now, i got to root for the ravens. >> let them keep disrespecting the rav an. we'll show them. we all of a sudden. >> let's go to the happy tucker barnes. tucker, here is the thing. did you stay up the whole time? >> i won't to bed about 11:00. >> you had to. >> what a beautiful sunrise. you guys checking on the the sunrise over your shoulder over there. >> yes, it is stunning. >> i was just admiring to a minute ago. both tony and allison bundled up. it is cold out there. it will be a chilly day today but we should get up into the low to mid-40s. compared for four years ago, and this particular go-around, i think should be very comfortable. 25 right now in frederick. 30 in culpeper.
, the 47th annual nfl title game, will pit the two harbaugh brothers, jim and john, against each other. after john's baltimore ravens crushed the new england patriots late sunday. >> absolute second-half dominance by baltimore. >> reporter: just hours after jim's san francisco 49ers beat the atlanta falcons. >> the 49ers are going to the super bowl. >> reporter: brothers have never been head coaches of posing teams in the big game. >> i'd like to think when you look at those two teams, you're looking at mirror images of two football teams. i'd like to think that. it's going to be a great football game. he's a great football coach. >> reporter: it's no surprise, both men were born to be here. their father, jack harbaugh coached high school and college for more than 40 years. >> the thing about our family, we're always passionate about what we do. >> reporter: older brother, john, started his nfl coaching career with the ravens in 2008. while jim played quarterback at the university of michigan and starred in the nfl for 15 years, before becoming head coach of the 49ers last season. >> i
through the security. and jim brown had a knee operation and couldn't get anywhere, you how is he going to get there. he walked out of his hotel and one cop to another ferried him to a different location because they recognized him and he got there just in time. a lot of our guests couldn't get to us jo and four years ago, as well, remember a whole bunch of people got stuck in a tunnel in downtown d.c., they thought that was the way. this year what they've done, everybody's got color coded ticket and they know you've got the purple ticket, you go in the purple line and they won't wound up with the crazy foulups. >> gretchen: i think i had brain freeze, i'm not remembering that, i remember jim brown being there, i don't remember the tunnel story and i do remember it being very cold. let's remember the headlines because we have some other things to tell you about today. a scary landing for passengers on board a united express flight coming into newark airport in new jersey. the planes tires blew and veered off the runway into the taxi way. there were about 13 people on at the time and no
to overturn the jim crowe laws not with violence, but peace. >> we seek nonviolence and passive resistance and still determined to use the weapon of love. >> mike: that was in alabama, where dr. king was leading the montgomery bus boycott to end the days where blacks had to give up their seats for whites, the boycott lasted more than a year until a court put an end to segregation on buses. through the leadership conference dr. king worked with other civil rights lead towers bring the movement for equality not just for the south, but throughout the nation. >> i still have a dream. >> yes. >> it is deeply rooted in the american dream. >> mike: in 1963, dr. king brought the march to washington and announced his dream for all to hear. >> i have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of this creed. the children who will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character. i have a dream today. >> mike: the power of those words forced washington to take action and a year later, the civil rig
fought to overturn the jim crowe laws not with violence, but peace. >> we seek nonviolence and passive resistance and still determined to use the weapon of love. >> mike: that was in alabama, where dr. king was leading the montgomery bus boycott to end the days where blacks had to give up their seats for whites, the boycott lasted more than a year until a court put an end to segregation on buses. through the leadership conference dr. king worked with other civil rights lead towers bring the movement for equality not just for the south, but throughout the nation. >> i still have a dream. >> yes. >> it is deeply rooted in the american dream. >> mike: in 1963, dr. king brought the march to washington and announced his dream for all to hear. >> i have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of this creed. the children who will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character. i have a dream today. >> mike: the power of those words forced washington to take action and a year later, th
we're to blame for everybody. >> jim demint's favorite senator. dn look good today. thank you very much. we'll be right back. i wasn't being sarcastic. you're great. this is "hardball," the place for politics. this is flo. i need you. i feel so alone. but you're not alone. i knew you'd come. like i could stay away. you know i can't do this without you. you'll never have to. you're always there for me. shh! i'll get you a rental car. i could also use an umbrella. fall in love with progressive's claims service. >>> this was president obama's fourth swearing in ceremony. president obama took the fourth oath of office. they had to do it a second time in 2009 because justice roberts botched the language on the first attempt. but you know what that say, fourth time is a charm. >> i, barack obama do solemnly swear that i will faithly execute the office of the president of the united states. >> republicans were less than elated on inauguration day. it was another reminder that the election didn't go go their way. >> obama's inaugural speech, swing and a miss. >> where was the debt? where w
-nothings or the jim crow or whatever you want to call them, they're always let's have it the way it used to be. it never was for anybody. they always think it was better in the past. they were torys and then know-nothings and then jim crows and the gay front. i think that fight is one of the fastest fights eve ever seen in american history. that fight has moved in my recent lifetime dramatically, and i think what he said there about kids many time to give the poor kids in appalachiana and the poor kids in detroit -- that's what he was talking about -- and the suburban kids living up in newtown, what do you want for those kids? you want to give them economic opportunity, educations. you want to get them away from crime-ridden cities and away from crazy people with guns. you want to do all that. that's a very inclusive hope for everybody. >> it's very inclusive, and if you look at the crowd today, you could just tell it wasn't elite america. it was wage earners. it was the middle class that was out there. it was a minority representation, which was very strong. i'm excited about the tuskegee air
newt gingrich who topple democratic speaker jim wright and tom foley, the democrats did not even field a candidate. in ohio, against john boehner, speaker of the house, his principal nemesis. then we wonder why he is so aggressive? see, this is where the problem is. what we need to focus on is, how we organize demands on president obama and the members of congress back home? there are only 536 of them. 650,000, men, women, and children in each congressional district. it is a fraction of those numbers, 1000, 2000, getting behind the kind of long overdue solutions in this country can begin to make it happen. you know what my motto is these days? we have got to realize it is a lot easier than we think. if we exaggerate the opposition as a reflection of our own self- imposed powerlessness, we will be powerless. >> we're talking to ralph nader, longtime consumer advocate and presidential candidate. now talking about minimum wage. talking for a minute about foreign policy. your assessment of president obama is nominee to the secretary of state, john kerry, and chuck hagel, which he has gone
and applause] >> thank you for that warm welcome, jim. thank you very much. this year we mourn the passing of a pro life hero, nelly gray. nellie devoted the entire second half of her life to the march for life for which we will always be grateful. i truly believe that without her inspired leadership, there would not be a march for life. only standing on her for foundation will do next generation of could a march for life to a new era. a new era of hope and an era of victory. under new leadership, the vision of the march remains the same. to be the world's largest human rights demonstration. to overturn the tragic roe v wade decision and to build a culture of life in this great country. [applause] when i look out at this crowd, i see a culture of life. i see it in the families that have sacrificed to easier today. i see in the parishes and the church groups that boarded buses yesterday or very early this morning. but most especially, most especially, i see it in the faces of the tens of thousands of young people who are here today to bear witness to the truth that life is beautiful. [appla
! >> reporter: first, jim harbaugh's 49ers beat them. at one point they trail 17-0 but mounted a record nfc championship comeback with the help of second year quarterback colin kaepernick, a mid-season replacement. >> we're excited for the team and everybody. >> reporter: brother john steered the baltimore ravens through a second year handing the patriots their first ever loss in a championship game at home. 28-13. >> he throws and he's intercepted in the end zone. baltimore is heading to new orleans. >> reporter: ravens' team leader and hall of famer ray lewis will end his 17-year career following the super bowl. >> your retirement is on hold for two more weeks. >> we did it we did it we did it. we're on our way to the super bowl, man. that's awesome. >> reporter: 13 days from now the stage is set not only for the sport's next champion -- >> i don't know if we dreamed this big. we had a few dreams a few fights, a few arguments. >> reporter: but bragging rights for the newest first family. >> i can't wait to be in new orleans. >> i know. it's either the harbowl
' born out of slavery and the jim crow codes. that racism hinges on the idea that blacks are an inferior race that deserves the poverty it gets. the premise -- the prejudice that led to martin's death is different. important by those old concepts of racial orders that blacks have their place in society reflects the urban iconography of today's racial inequality, namely the black ghetto, a uniquely urban america creation. disaggregation -- this segregation coexist with a process that has produced the largest black middle class in history. reflects the social ryegrass this -- it reflects the social progress the country has made since a 1960's. it pave the way for blacks to access public and special opportunities. it would have been unimaginable in till's time. the sort of racism that led to his death so exist in american society. americans have a more nuanced attitude toward the race than anything we have ever seen before. usually, that attitude is not manifest itself in violent acts. instead, it manifests and pervasive mindsets and serotypes that all black people start from the inner city
into the deep segregated south to test those jim crow w laws in the face of progress. much at the risk of not only being jailed but beaten by mobs or in the case of medgar evers, death. really emotional. joan and reginald give their thoughts right here after the inauguration of barack obama. >> what are your thoughts, you were both here. you watched dr. king speak in front of this monument so many years ago and barack obama just inaugurated. >> the magnitude of this event is, in fact, a culmination of a lot of sacrifice, struggle, commitment and devotion to human dignity and worth and to be able to see in my lifetime particularly as an african-american, to see a young man become the 44th president of the united states of america is itself a statement of a miracle or perhaps a dream of so many gone on before who showed us where he stands has a better vision of america that martin luther king talked about as a blessed community. >> well, this picture was taken actually a couple months before barack obama was born and i just can't -- i just can't get over the comparison then and now. reve
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